Baskerville. It’s like, it’s in the same family as Times New Roman, but it’s not as like formal, and it doesn’t have like that, ‘Oh God, it reminds me of like homework and formal things.’ […] And then I added a vapourwave grid […] and some dramatic cloud at the top. And I was like, ‘You know what, you know what? Baskerville. That might be it. Baskerville, yes.’ So I did that.
Elvis:Rock and Roll music, if you like it, if you feel it, you can’t help but move to it. That’s what happens to me. I can’t help it…The first time that I appeared on stage, it scared me to death. I really didn’t know what all the yelling was about. I didn’t realize that my body was moving. It’s a natural thing to me. So to the manager backstage I said, “What’d I do? What’d I do?” And he said, “Whatever it is, go back and do it again.”
Michael: I think it happens subliminally. When you’re a dancer, you know you are just interpreting the sounds and the accompaniment of the music. If there’s a driving bass, you become the bass. If there’s a cello, if there’s a string, you become that. You become emotion of what that sound is. Okay? So if I’m doing a movement and I go “BAM” and I grab myself, it’s the music that compels me to do it, it’s not saying that I’m dying to grab down there, you don’t think about it, it just happens. Sometimes I’ll look back at the footage and I go, “Did I do that?” So, I’m a slave to the rhythm.
E foi aí que eu percebi: você tem a sua rotina e eu tenho a minha. Você tem a sua vida e eu tenho a minha. Não é a “nossa” vida. E por isso deveria te tirar da minha, porque na tua eu não existia e era isso que me matava. Era.
There is something to be learned, Lily thinks, from first impressions.
She meets Marlene McKinnon and immediately knows from the curve of her smile and her welcoming words that there is a strength and kindness there. Mary Macdonald offers her a sugar quill and asks her almost a million excited questions, and Lily can tell it is indicative of her devoted and passionate heart. She knows Remus Lupin is kind-hearted and gentle when they first shake hands and he shares his notes with her, despite his questionable taste in mates. First impressions do mean something, Lily believes, and she is nothing if not stubborn in her beliefs.
And yet sometimes, on particularly strange days or after particularly noteworthy events, she can be seen questioning some of those strongly held convictions. For instance, that of first impressions. Because, Lily remembers, she was quite repulsed by Severus Snape and his behavior the first day she met him, and yet they grew to be best friends. However, if she had kept her first impression of him in mind, she might have foreseen his descent into the Dark Arts. But the Severus Snape of now is not the Severus Snape of then, and sometimes people are multitudinous. And James Potter, who from the age of eleven Lily would swear was a plague to the entire Earth, and yet loved to surprise her in the smallest ways. So Lily tweaks her hypothesis the slightest, and she thinks instead that perhaps people – or the ideas one has of people, rather – are made up of infinite impressions over many years, and maybe first impressions aren’t the most important. Maybe it is the second impression, or the eighteenth, or the fiftieth, or maybe even the last. Maybe Lily is not quite as astute as she believes herself to be, and maybe the most surprising of people are the most significant.